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Foxes can extend recent run over Reds
Leicester host Liverpool in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday and the Foxes will be confident of extending their fine record against the Reds.
The League Cup presents managers with a chance to rest some of their stars and, having also had European football to deal with, Jurgen Klopp may revert to the policies he used in last season's cup competitions by fielding a number of youngsters.

In truth, the talent within both squads means this is a genuine shot at silverware but that often depends on how seriously teams take the early stages, with so much at stake these days in the Premier League.

Interestingly, there could also be a bit of mind games going on between the two coaches heading into this game, as the two clubs are also set to face each other in Saturday's late Premier League game.

Leicester drew 1-1 at Huddersfield on Saturday and, despite a relatively slow start to the campaign, their tough early fixture list means they will expect to see their points tally rise in the coming weeks.

Craig Shakespeare heavily rotated for the impressive second round win over Sheffield United but could include a few more of his stars on Tuesday, as they aim for a third home win n/a in a row over the Reds.

As things stand he has a clean bill of health to select from and expect to see Demarai Gray get a start, while Leonardo Ulloa and Ben Chillwell should also feature.

However, they remain susceptible at the back and Liverpool will undoubtedly be looking to test their rearguard, with pace aplenty available to Jurgen Klopp.

They too drew 1-1 at the weekend, but their result at home to Burnley was met with more derision due to the lack of intricacy in their attacking play, as, not for the first time, they paid for failing to break down their opponents.

A cup win n/a could be what the doctor ordered though and, having lost in the final of this tournament during his first season in charge, Klopp may feel he has unfinished business in the League Cup.

Sadio Mane will be the only absentee from a Reds point of view as he serves the second game of his suspension after being sent off at Manchester City, but his manager's rotation policy means he was unlikely to start anyway.

Instead, Welsh teenage sensation Ben Woodburn could start and will be looking to make an impact following his recent international exploits.

The attacking instinct these teams show means a draw n/a after 90 minutes is unlikely and a result either way should come without extra time due to the number of chances likely to be created.

That suggests more than 2.5 goals could be on the agenda n/a and if either team is to come out on top, it could well prove to be the Foxes.

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